- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Avon Books (Dec 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0060509112
- ISBN-13: 978-0060509118
- Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.8 x 2.7 cm
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,595,298 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Certain Cassandra has seen the last of Lucien, she's none too happy to be rescued by the rake. Now she must feign amnesia, and hope for the best. What follows is a dangerous game whereby Lucien claims she is his wife, taking her to his lodge. What can Cassandra do, but comply?
ALMOST PERFECT is the delightful debut Regency romp by versatile author, Denise Domning writing as Denise Hampton. Filled with compelling, believable characters and storyline, Ms. Hampton yet again proves herself as a romance author at the top of her game.
Fast paced, exciting, intriguing, and original, ALMOST PERFECT is a perfect read. Whether writing Medieval, Elizabethan, or, now, Regency England and Scotland, Ms. Hampton will capture the reader's attention from first page to last.
I highly recommend ALMOST PERFECT as one of the best Regency romance historicals you will read in the genre. A definite keeper!
The threesome stays at Ryecroft Castle where widow Lucien Hollier is also. Lucien and Cassie fell in love six years ago, but he broke it off out of fear of being a laughingstock due to the pathetic Roland as an in-law. As Cassie and Lucien play cards, their love rekindles, but she expects him to ditch her again so she plans to flee with his loot. However, Buckstan is in town seeking vengeance and his debt paid while Lucien knows he immaturely erred the last time he courted Cassie and this time will rectify his mistake.
Though Roland is so pathetic and Buckstan so odious they are cartoons of losers, ALMOST PERFECT lives up to its title due to the lead couple and her sister and his cousin. Fans will cherish Cassie, a delightful can do person, who must have inherited her mother's genes as she is no chip off her father's block. The audience will also hope that the nice Lucien comprehends that he loves her not the Ton or her father. Readers will enjoy this Regency romance just don't play cards with Cassie.
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